Biddulph Grange Garden is a Victorian, Grade I listed garden that takes you on a journey throughout the world. Designed by James Bateman to display his collection of plants from around the globe, the garden takes you through scenic Italian gardens, a Victorian display of fossils and strata that catalogues the biblical creation of the earth, and through vibrant Victorian influenced Chinese gardens. There is plenty to explore through this botanical masterpiece. Visitors can also enjoy their tearoom and garden centre. Additionally, there is a woodland adventure park for children to play and explore!
Things to see and do:
- Guided tours of the gardens inspired by different parts of the world.
- Geological displays of rocks and fossils.
- An atmospheric stumpery.
- Tearoom serving hot and cold meals and drinks freshly made everyday.
- Garden centre and second-hand bookshop.
- Adventure playground for children.
Assistance dogs are welcome.
There is a designated parking and drop-off area by the visitors welcome point.
An accessible toilet can be found in the shop.
There is level access to the shop and seating is available there. However, much of the gardens are on uneven gradients and accessed using steps or narrow gravel paths.
There is indoor and outdoor seating at the tearoom.
Biddulph Grange Gardens are vibrant and full of lots of colours, smells and sounds to enjoy. Some of the gardens have ornaments that generate noise and there is plenty of wildlife to listen out for. The gardens can get busy but for many it is a largely interesting and relaxing experience.
An induction loop is available.
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To visit another garden in the northwest, click here.